F-104G 24+00 JaboG 31 at Manching (EDSI) being prepared for delivery to Turkish Air Force 1983

RF-104G, construction number 683D-8130, company model 683-04-10, built by Fokker
manufactured by North Group (ARGE-Nord); coded KG+230 first flight August 23, 1963
to Weserflug (ARGE-Nord) in August 1963 for RF-104G photoreconnaissance version modifications according project "Bacchus" (for AG 51)
camouflage scheme "Norm 62" according tech order "TA-196"; November 19, 1963 it was officially accepted by the German Air Force (BABwFokker)
EA+117 AG 51 at Ingolstadt-Manching AB delivery date on November 22, 1963; in 1969 AG 51 relocated to Bremgarten AB
24+00 AG 52 on September 29, 1970; modified to Fighterbomber version F-104G on April 30, 1971 at MBB
JaboG 33 at Buchel AB on September 13, 1971; JaboG 31 at Norvenich AB on April 7, 1981
withdrawn from use at LwSchleuse 11 on December 15, 1982 with 3.326 flight hours and stored in airworthy condition as attrition reserve aircraft
struck off charge order (AVA) July 19, 1983; TechnGrp 11 on August 25, 1983 for maintenance checks
MAP (Military Assistance Program) to Turkish Air Force (TuAF serial number 63-8130) as "Verteidigungshilfe" (Defense aid) on December 21, 1983
coded "6-130" with 162 Filo of 6.AJU on January 20, 1984; coded "8-130" with 181 Filo of 8.AJU May 17, 1990
withdrawn from use and stored on March 13, 1992 coded "8-130" at Diyarbakir AB, CFE cutup July 19, 1995; scrapped.

Project "Bacchus": enclosed 42 RF-104G aircraft. They were modified before delivery either by Avio Diepen or by Weserflug. 
All RF-104G were intended for Reconnaissance Wing 51 (AG 51) at Ingolstadt/Manching

copyright  Eric Tammer